Articulate client’s needs in language of the law
Keith was born and raised in New York, making his way cross country, by way of Boston College and then graduating from Northwestern University School of Law, with honors. Before joining Davis Rothwell, Keith clerked for United States District Court Judge Sue E. Myerscough in Springfield, Illinois. Now settled in Seattle, Keith has made a reputation at Davis Rothwell ardently defending clients, whether in motion practice, negotiations, at trial, or in the courts of appeal. He represents individuals and corporations in a variety of matters, including premises and products liability, auto and other injury, and professional liability, as well as advising and defending insurers on coverage issues.
Keith believes that a lawyer’s primary job is to listen and understand the needs of the client. Then, like translating a foreign language, a lawyer ensures that the client’s needs are aptly expressed in the language of the law and that the client fully comprehends the law’s response to those needs.
Keith relishes the opportunity to come to work with an extremely talented group of lawyers and staff, who put clients, and each other, first, and to solve a new factual or legal puzzle every day.
In his free time you can find Keith cooking, playing guitar, or doing anything and everything sports.